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Fusion Instead of Pure Fusion, Wallace Manheimer
Small Modular Reactors and the Challenges of Nuclear Power, M.V. Ramana and Zia Mian, Princeton University
Fission and Fusion: a Path to Energy Security, Dr. John A. Parmentola and Dr. Charles E. Kessel
Dear Professor Dyson: Twenty Years of Correspondence Between Freeman Dyson and Undergraduate Students on Science, Technology, Society and Life, By Dwight E. Neuenschwander, Reviewed by Martin Epstein
Building the H Bomb: A Personal History, By Kenneth W. Ford, Reviewed by David Hafemeister
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